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Henderson Park Announces 1.34 Bln Euro Cash Offer For Green REIT
Green REIT Year To June EPRA Vacancy Rate Of 5.7% Vs 4.4% Last Year
Green REIT Says Contracted Annual Rent Eur 79.4 Mln As At 24 June 2019
Green REIT plc is an Ireland-based real estate investment trust. The Company's main activities are commercial property investment and development, in the Republic of Ireland. The Company operates in four business segments: Retail Assets, Office Assets, Industrial Assets and Other Assets. The Company owns a portfolio of commercial property assets located primarily in Dublin. The Company's portfolio includes offices, retail, industrial, development and other. Its offices portfolio includes One Albert Quay, George's Quay Plaza Block A George's Court, 76 - 78 Harcourt Street, 4 - 5 Harcourt Road, One Molesworth Street and Westend Commercial Village, among others. Its retail portfolio includes Central Park . Its industrial portfolio includes Horizon Logistics Park and INM Media Printing Work. Its other portfolio includes the Arena Centre. Its development project covers an area of approximately 420,000 square feet.
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UK-based real estate firm Henderson Park is to buy Irish commercial property investment trust Green REIT <GN1.I> in a deal that values the firm at 1.34 billion euros, a 25% premium to its share price before the sales process kicked off in April.
Green REIT <GN1.I>, the 1.3 billion euro-valued Irish real estate investment trust that put itself up for sale in April, said on Wednesday it had narrowed the field of possible buyers to one, after an auction process that ended on July 25.
Green REIT <GN1.I>, the 1.3 billion euro-valued Irish real estate investment trust that put itself up for sale in April, has narrowed the field of bidders to four, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
Ireland's first real estate investment trust, Green REIT, which has property assets of 1.5 billion euros (£1.3 billion), is putting itself up for sale in a bid to "maximise value for shareholders".
Ireland's first real estate investment trust, Green REIT, which has assets of 1.5 billion euros ($1.7 billion), is putting itself up for sale in a bid to maximise value for shareholders.
* PROFIT FOR PERIOD OF EUR 53.1 MILLION UP 21.4% ON SAME PERIOD LAST YEAR EPS OF 7.7 CENT (DECEMBER 2016: 6.4 CENT)
Barclays <BARC.L> has signed a lease agreement for more office space in Dublin as the bank prepares to expand its operations in the Irish capital to cope with the impact of Britain's exit from the European Union.
Barclays has signed a lease agreement for more office space in central Dublin as the bank prepares to expand its operations in the Irish capital to cope with the impact of Britain's exit from the European Union.
* Green REIT reports 4.2% increase in EPRA NAV to 158.2 in H1; 6.2% increase in contracted annual rent to €65.1 million
New office space planned for Dublin over the next five years can accommodate more than 100,000 extra workers and any companies seeking to relocate as a result of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, property group Savills <SVS.L> said on Thursday.
New office space planned for Dublin over the next five years can comfortably accommodate more than 100,000 extra workers and any companies relocating as a result of Brexit, a survey from real estate group Savills published on Thursday, said.
* FY NAV increase 16.5%; EPRA NAV per share eur 1.52; dividend up 188% to 4.6 cents per share
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